You can either apply online or come to the Admission’s Office which is located on the first floor of Building F to fill out an application. You’ll need to pay a $15.00 application fee, provide proof of immunizations, high school transcripts or GED scores as well as any college transcripts you might have. For male students we’ll need proof of Selective Service as well. If you have any more questions, you can contact the Admission’s Office at 318-678-6004. (See Admission Forms)
If your last semester at BPCC is in Fall 2012, you can get your unofficial transcript by logging on to your LOLA account. It will be listed under the “Student” tab then under “Student Records”.
You can request an official transcript by filling out the Transcript Request Form. This form can be submitted at the Admissions’ Office on the first floor of Building F or faxed to 318-678-6390. There is a $3.00 fee for the transcript request. This fee can be paid by cash/check/money order at the Business Office which is also located on the first floor of Building F, right next to the Admissions’ Office. To mail in the payment, please use the following address:
Bossier Parish Community College
6220 E. Texas St.
Bossier City, LA 71111
LOLA (Log On Louisiana) is a powerful new online tool that will allow you to completely manage your college career. You can use LOLA to: monitor your Financial Aid application, register for classes, review your class schedule, review your work study or student worker schedule, check on important upcoming dates, and catch up on campus news and announcements. For a brief instruction to LOLA, please click here.
You can look up your LOLA username by your SSN and DOB. Your initial password is your first initial of your first name+first initial of your last name+your Date of Birth (MMDDYY)+the word “P@ss”. Example: John Doe, DOB: 08-14-1994, password = jd081494P@ss
You can stay tuned to the local TV channel or get on our website at www.bpcc.edu to know the latest update on school closure information due to inclement weather.
No. We are a two-year community college and we don’t provide housing on campus. However, you can easily find housing information in the area.
You can check with your advisor or print off your degree checklist along with your unofficial transcript and check off the classes you’ve already taken. The checklist can be found on our website under Academics, then click on Associate Degrees and find your specific degree.